Greg Bourke '82 M.A.
Sr. Corinne Florek '80 M.B.A.
Investing for the Common Good
Sr. Corinne Florek '80 M.B.A. is revolutionizing how women's religious communities invest for the common good.
Tyler Greenberg ’19, Brett Segobiano ’20, & Chris Finke ’19
Maximizing the Potential of Creatives of all Abilities
Tyler Greenberg ’19, Brett Segobiano ’20, and Chris Finke ’19 marry art and entrepreneurship to empower artists of all abilities through their apparel company, Jake Max.
Taking Care of Students and South Bend
Reed Gregory '21 & John Mahoney '21
A Sideline View to History
A Med Student and Advocate
The First-Time Candidate
Peter Flach (and Slater)
The Sunglasses-Wearing Chihuahua Making Sick Kids Smile
Bursts of Inspiration
Not Done Yet
An Equal Opportunity to Flourish
A Magnetic Force
Claire Sloss '09
Combating Homelessness Through Communications and Service
Claire Sloss '09 has made a career serving the people experiencing homelessness in Chicago.
Will Maloney ’95 & Chad Sutcliffe ’95
Mentoring Young Leaders Through the Power of Hoops
Engineering alums create lasting impact teaching children in Jamaica and Haiti self-esteem, leadership, and character at summer basketball camp.
Alexandria Kristensen-Cabrera '16
Advocating for Health Care Equity and Improved Maternal Outcomes
Alumna combines passions for health care and social justice as a dual medical and PhD student.
Meg Scharle ’95
Turning Contemplation into Action to Improve Vaccine Access
Alumna develops toolkit to help seniors and the underserved in her Portland community overcome barriers to access the COVID-19 vaccine.
Jasmin (Simmons) Tow '11
Bridging Cultural Divides, Improving Educational Outcomes
Alumna creates culturally responsive classrooms to meet the needs of students from every background.
Rev. John Mennell '87
Answering the Call, Feeding the People
Alum embraces his pastoral vocation, expanding church's food pantry operations amid pandemic uncertainty.
Katie Broussard '04, '06 M.Ed
Reaching Children Through Art and Faith
Alumna reaches children through art as a Catholic children's book illustrator.
Dan Yu '90, '92 M.B.A.
Creating Digital Space for Meaningful Dialogue
Alum and club use video platform to drive conversations with the Notre Dame community.
2021 Mother's Day
Sharing Our Mothers' Stories
This Mother’s Day, the Notre Dame Alumni Association has compiled past We Are ND stories from mothers and mother figures in the Notre Dame community.
Nate Alexander '17
Taking Flight to Save Lives
Alexander is the co-founder of the BLADE Medical Mobility Organ Procurement Program, offering helicopter transport services to aid in life-saving organ donations.
Otakuye Conroy-Ben '98
Lakota Researcher Supports Her Community Through Epidemiology
Alumna mends relationships between native tribes and researchers, while addressing tribal health concerns through wastewater epidemiology.
Rachel Svetanoff '15 M.S.
Empathy Drives Alumna in Global Health Adventures
Life experiences fuel alumna's drive to provide basic necessities to those without.
D.J. Reyes '79
Bringing Support and Treatment to Veterans in Need
Alum serves as an advocate for fellow veterans in Tampa's Veterans Treatment Court.
Dr. Robert Winn '87
Breaking Barriers in Cancer Care and Community-Building
As the first Black leader of a National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center, alum prioritizes patient care and community-building.
Patter Birsic '77
Improving Outcomes for Pancreatic Cancer and Pancreatitis Patients
Alumna harnesses loss into action to serve patients facing pancreatic illnesses.
Bob Solis '84
Welcoming Children with Open Arms
Alum offers family to children orphaned by AIDS in South Africa
Kate Turner '12
Advancing Equity at the Intersection of Technology and Policy
Alumna devotes research to improving socio-technical systems — making anything from public transit to nuclear power more equitable.
Kellen Lewis '09
Embracing Identity Through Art
Alum Kellen Lewis ’09 uses art to communicate his identity and create representation.
John Kouris '96
Keeping His Captain's Memory Alive
More than 20 years after Demetrius DuBose '93 was shot and killed by police, former teammate John Kouris '96 seeks to keep is memory alive in new documentary film.